Sunday, March 13, 2011
The Wild Women of Woolley Are Calling It Quits After a Final Show This Coming Saturday
And one "Wild Man."
The Wild Women of Woolley have been a Skagit Valley institution for 17 years of having fun and raising money, appearing in parades and Sedro-Woolley's annual Loggerodeo.
This coming Saturday, March 19, you will have your last chance to see the Wild Women of Woolley at Sedro-Woolley's American Legion Hall at 6:30 pm.
The Wild Women of Woolley decided to dis-band a month after the death of the group's director/co-founder, Corey Corkill.
The show on Saturday is a tribute to Corey Corkill.
The only Wild Woman of Woolley that I know is Betty Jo Bouvier. I do not know if Betty Jo is performing in Saturday's show.